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Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2010
If you are an eighties survivor you remember television mini-series. This is one of the better mini-series with good actors/actresses and a very interesting story line. Like a lot of television from this era there are morals in the storyline. This is good television.
Compared to the first trilogy..this is terrible. The only thing good about the series is the clothing, which was absolutely fabulous. Do not waste your money buying this..I watched both out of curiosity. And this time I am going to take the advice of the reviews for the last part of the trilogy that Lindsey Wagner is in..I do not intend to buy it..you should not buy this either..unless it is free then watch it..what will you have to loose? I am sure you will enjoy the fashions also.
I was confused by this entire film because of a lack of cohesiveness in relation to the first film. No explanation as to who was who, how the relationships evolved to the present day. I was waiting to understand what happened to the main character after she found herself rejected and pregnant. How did she become a wealthy business owner? And what happened to the two sons (?) who were trying to do her in in the first film? No mention of them in the sequel. Poor continuity.
I guess I had a moment of DUH when I bought it because I didn't really like the previous part of this story. I thought the production value was lacking and then, to have the same woman play the grandaughter? Really? LAME.
It was a very bad purchase and I wish I could 'return' it.